Lee Badman

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Lee Badman, CWNE #200, currently writes for a number of periodicals and blog sites, including Network Computing, IT Toolbox, SearchNetworking, and others. He also blogs privately at wirednot.wordpress.com. With over 15 years of professional industry analysis under his belt, and twenty-plus years of IT experience in a number of capacities, Lee has been around but is always watching for what comes next. Lee is often active with Interop, as a frequent presenter on wireless topics. He has been the head judge for Best of Interop (wireless and mobility category) and served as the Mobility Track Chair for 2014’s Interop events. Lee also runs Wirednot, LLC, a small but active consulting company.

Lee also teaches networking classes and serves as a Network Architect for Syracuse University, where he oversees a growing environment of over 4,000 wireless access points in Syracuse, LA, DC, NYC, and at multiple European sites. He  designs and administers systems built on Cisco, Meraki, Aerohive, Exalt, Bluesocket, Ubiquity,  Ligowave, and Bridgewave networking gear, and has laid hands on several other brands of hardware in his 17 years at the University. In his current role he also consults on any and all wireless or radio technologies that may find their way onto campus.

With a love of technology partially spawned from a ten-year career in Electronic Warfare in the US Air Force, he’s a nerd through and through. Lee is an active Extra Class Amateur Radio operator (Call sign KI2K), and amateur photographer. CWNE #200.




Links with Tag @WiredNot

  1. 7signal’s Mobile Eye Demystifies the Client End of Wi-Fi
  2. Celona Tees Up Bigtime on CBRS
  3. Ventev Products Make the WLAN Better
  4. The “Not to Be a Jerk, But…” Mist #MDF5 Blog
  5. Mobility Field Day 5: The “Morning Of”
  6. It’s Time for YOU to Get Wise About CBRS
  7. Talking Real-World AI Applicability With Mist Systems
  8. WLAN Toolmakers Are Going All in on the Cloud
  9. NetAlly EtherScope nXG Pics
  10. NetAlly Unleashes the Right Tester, at the Right Time: EtherScope nXG
  11. OnGo Is Here- And Startup Celona Helps CBRS Takes a Big Step Forward
  12. Forti-Much to Appreciate at Mobility Field Day 4
  13. The Network Is Code: Cisco at MFD4
  14. NetAlly- A Familiar Line of Networks Tools Reborn
  15. Code, Heal Thyself: Mist Systems Brings Something Badly Needed to WLAN Market
  16. MetaGeek Introduces Its Latest WLAN Tool: The Wi-Spy Air
  17. Say Hello to NetAlly- A New Old Friend
  18. What I Hope I Don’t Hear at Mobility Field Day 4
  19. Taking the Pulse of the WLAN Industry: Mobility Field Day 4 Approaches
  20. Evaluate Before You Purchase- Especially For Enterprise Wi-Fi
  21. What Wi-Fi Tools are MetaGeek and Oscium Cooking Up Together?
  22. Mojo (Arista) Answers The Layer 2 Situation for WLAN Migration To Cloud
  23. Why We’re Not All Flocking to Mist and Meraki Wireless: The Layer 2 Situation
  24. Nyansa Brings a Social Aspect to Network Analytics
  25. If Cisco Could Lower Their Marketing Hype, We Might Actually Be Able to Get to the Substance
  26. Clarity and Confusion- Fortinet and Arista at Mobility Field Day 3
  27. Catching Up With NETSCOUT at MFD3, Big News, and “Body Fade” Explained
  28. Figuring Out What Bothers Me About Wi-Fi and “Analytics”
  29. Arista Networks/Mojo- It’s Waaay Early
  30. Contemplating Mist Systems and Mobility Field Day 3
  31. NETSCOUT Rounds Out the G2 Line With Latest LinkRunner
  32. Nyansa Takes Analytics Beyond the Controller
  33. Future-Proofing Networks with Fabric-Attached Wi-Fi: Q&A with Extreme Networks’ Director of Wireless Product Management & Strategy
  34. Cape Networks Sees Into the WLAN- and Deeper
  35. Extreme Networks Has Good Footing to Lead Network Fabric Evolution from Hype to Reality | wirednot
  36. More Gee Whiz for the Netscout AirCheck G2
  37. Catching Up With Netscout on Their Flagship WLAN Support Tool
  38. Ubuiquiti is On Fire, I Tellya
  39. Mist Systems is the Cloud WLAN Vendor With a (not so) Secret Weapon
  40. Mojo Networks Touts Lower Networking Costs, No More Vendor Lock-In at Mobility Field Day 2
  41. Mist Systems Polishes Their Message at Mobility Field Day 2
  42. Mobility Field 2 Shows Evolving Nature of WLAN Industry
  43. Nyansa Brings Free Far-Ranging Wi-Fi Analytics View to All Takers
  44. NetBeez Provides Big WLAN Performance Views From a Very Small Package
  45. Mobility Field Day: Glimpsing a Complex Wi-Fi Future
  46. Sneak a Peek at an Antenna Giant’s Coming Street-Application Lineup
  47. A Little Point-to-Point Bridge Saves The Day
  48. Cambium Networks’ Quick Deploy Positioner is a Force-Multiplier
  49. Levis Stadium is Aruba Networks’ House, but Extreme Networks Has Piece of Super Bowl Pie
  50. My Wi-Fi Year in Review:2015
  51. Fascinating Worlds Are Colliding: Cradlepoint and Pertino
  52. Cradlepoint Shows Out At Wireless Field Day
  53. Quien es Mas Macho? A Beacon Battery Brouhaha!
  54. Xirrus Loses One, Wins One
  55. Cradlepoint Shows Out At Wireless Field Day
  56. Wireless Controllers Are Dead, They Just Don’t Know It
  57. There’s Wi-Fi, Then There’s Aruba Networks Wi-Fi at Levi’s Stadium
  58. Doing a Tech Presentation? Cover the Basics!
  59. A Voice of Clarity in the Fog of LTE-U
  60. Cambium Networks Bridging- Reviewed By Chris Lyttle
  61. Wireless Field Day 8 Takes “Wireless” Up a Notch
  62. 2014 WLAN in Review- A Different Perspective
  63. Goodbye, Motorola Wi-Fi. Hello, Zebra Technologies!
  64. Fluke Networks’ AirCheck- A Growing Family
  65. Re: Liking One Social Wi-Fi Case Study- and Disliking Another
  66. Liking One Social Wi-Fi Case Study- and Disliking Another
  67. The Wireless Tools They Are a-Changin’
  68. Mobile WLAN Tools: Pros & Cons
  69. In-Flight Wi-Fi- On the Way to Wireless Field Day 7
  70. The Great Wireless Field Day 7 Pre-Blog
  71. How A Dude Named Avi Scored Big For Xirrus
  72. Appreciating Aruba Networks’ Instant Mode
  73. Extreme Ways- At Wireless Field Day 6
  74. Aruba Networks Knows The Value Of Purchasing Well
  75. Xirrus Comes On Strong At Wireless Field Day 6
  76. Cloudpath Makes the Case For XpressConnect ES at Wireless Field Day 6
  77. Wireless Field Day 6- Dispatches From The Front
  78. What’s The Big Deal With Stadium Wi-Fi? Let Me Spell It Out For You
  79. Getting My Brain Ready For Wireless Field Day 6- Expectations
  80. Fluke Networks Updates AirMagnet Survey For 802.11ac
  81. MetaGeek Updates Chanalyzer
  82. Xirrian- The Official Language of Wi-FI Experts
  83. WLAN Management: How A Hospital Tackles The Complexity
  84. Aerohive Throws Hat Into The 802.11ac Ring
  85. Troubleshooting RF Problems: Fluke Launches Smart New Tool
  86. Here’s What I Want NOW From My Wireless Management System
  87. 7signal’s WLAN Performance Tools: Intriguing But Expensive
  88. Features, Products, Services… The Differences According to Aerohive
  89. Get To Know MetaGeek, Look at Your WLAN As You Really Should
  90. Wireless Is So Not About Wireless Networking Anymore
  91. The Little Adapter That Could… WildPackets Gives Us First 11ac Capture/Decode
  92. 802.11ac: Preparing to Troubleshoot
  93. The ‘New’ Enterprise WLAN Vendor
  94. What I Hope To Get From Wireless Field Day 5
  95. Cisco Announces Meraki Cloud-Managed Network Service
  96. Aruba’s 802.11ac Rollout Cleans Up Sticky Clients
  97. Motorola Launches 802.11ac APs
  98. We Might Be In The Business of Technology, But It’s The People That Make It Great
  99. WLAN Stress Tests: What’s the Use?
  100. 3 Lessons Learned from Wireless Field Day
  101. Location Services Are Heating Up
  102. When Good Wireless Feels Bad
  103. This “Field Day” Thing…